UFC 148 Preview: HOF'er Tito Ortiz Talks Forrest Griffin, Retirement & More
Back in 1997 when the UFC was nothing, the world was introduced to a cocky, punk fighter that would change the face of the organization forever. Bleacher Report’s Ultimate Show got a chance to sit down with one of the most influential fighters the Octagon has ever laid eyes on, Tito Ortiz.
After a stunning 15-year career in the Octagon, Ortiz is calling it quits. It is safe to say that Tito has given his heart and soul to the sport of MMA. The world bared witness as a young, cocky, 22-year-old boy evolved into the Hall of Fame UFC veteran you see today.
The Ultimate Show was blessed to sit down with the Hall of Fame fighter to get his thoughts on his legacy, his career, and what it felt like to be a champion.
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